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Top Goalscorer Bonus
Posted by Vick Hall on Saturday, Sep. 22nd, 2012 at 7:22 AM

I suspect people may be a little overloaded with new ideas and such, but I just thought this might be another interesting little addition to through into the mix to see what people think.

At the moment the team with the top goalscorer in each division gets 25K, which is a nice little bonus, but in the grand scheme of things is not of major importance. I thought however it might be a nice aspect in terms of adding a bit of extra history into the game if the top goalscorers also got a personal bonus of not losing a level on ageing each year aswell. This would give teams a real incentive to strive for this bonus as it potentially could keep an ageing player a bit longer in the game. Managers would then have to assess whether or not maybe to play their top goalscorers in every league game and maybe use up additional CP's in fitness to do so or not play their top goalscorers in those all important cup games. I don't think keeping an additional level for 3 players would unbalance the game and it would be nice to see a few players last a year longer or two to add some game history and stats.

What do people think? (this would be in addition to retaining the current 25K)

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As I don't think 3 players not losing one level will have a bad impact on the game, I vote yes.

Craig Bucknall on Saturday, Sep. 22nd, 2012 at 11:59 AM
 

Maybe its a dice roll (50-50 chance)?

Al

Al Sellers on Sunday, Oct. 7th, 2012 at 10:39 PM
 

I like the current aging system - very simple and straight forward.

Rob Peterson on Sunday, Oct. 7th, 2012 at 11:11 PM
 

Shot allocation is randomly assigned within each area, so there is no way to try to get one player more shots than another.  Also, since shooter SL has no bearing on goal scoring chance, your age II, SL 16 Fw 'shoots' the same as your SL 2 Sby Df.  All that goes to say that the top goal scorer in each division is total luck of the draw each year.  25k isn't going to swing much of anything with regard to getting rewarded for being luckier than the other teams in your division.  Getting an extra SL in a player, which could easily amount to 20+ more scoring chances the next season (2 matches per session for a Fw at +1 SL per match), is a very big bonus after already getting rewarded with a lot of luck in scoring chance conversion the prior season.  Too big.

Kevin Martin on Thursday, Oct. 11th, 2012 at 7:37 PM
 

I've always been for equality among people.  Treat all players the same.

Besides, the manager fortunate enough to have the top goal scorer already had enough good fortune.  Why compound it with a reward?  Too much of a good thing is not a good thing...unless it's your wedding night.  Which reminds me to quit posting after taking cough medicine.

Phil McIntosh on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 2012 at 7:20 AM
 

Because he is a top goalscorer. The cream of the elite and deserves a little benefit. To a degree Kevin is right in that who ends up top goalscorer is down to a fair degree of luck as shooter SL has no efect on goal scoring chance, but there are still important decisions to be made. Playing your strikers in only two league games in order to have some chance of picking up those needed goals or in only one league game thus diminishing his chances and play him in an all important cup tie instead. Of course you could play him in all three and then have to use CP to keep his fitness up. The current 25K bonus is not enough of a bonus to effect this decision as currently I would pretty much always put my best striker in the cup game and one league game. With an age reduction benefit however, then there are definite choices to be made as even with the luck element it has to be worth a punt or at least a considered punt.

Vick Hall on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 2012 at 10:04 PM
 

As you can see, I voted yes. But maybe I did an error. A player who won the golden boot didn't improve his skills; he is already the best player. What happens in reality? Its value increases. What do you think about my idea?

If a player who won the golden boot is sold to a nominal non-league (in the next seasons) his value is multiplied by 1.5 or 2 (We should study the best option).

Example: a former top goalscorer is now III/10 and his manager needs money. Usually his value is 320k, but with this rule the real value if sold to a non-league will be 480k (1.5x) or 640k (2x).

Davide Brambilla on Friday, Nov. 2nd, 2012 at 7:45 PM
 
 
 
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